Link: The Citadel Conundrum

Here’s an idea: politics only last until the next election unless there’s a recall, in which case they don’t even last that long. But buildings can last for centuries and cities can last for millennia. So if your prime interest is politics, then go and fight those short-term battles, and good luck with that. Seriously. But don’t take good place-making principles and make them political. Leave the short-term principles in the short-term battles, and the long-term principles in the long-term battles, where they each belong. Town-building is too important to get caught up in politics because the towns and cities last so long. 

via The Citadel Conundrum | the Original Green | Steve Mouzon.


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